In the December 2022 edition of GeoNews, EFG Board member Pavlos Tyrologou speaks about his efforts in fostering EFG’s European and international network, among many other things. Watch his contribution and don’t hesitate to get in touch with Pavlos with any...
TRiPGiFT is a new Erasmus+ project which aims to combine theoretical and experimental approaches in teaching geology and geography in Secondary Education by developing Virtual Field Trips (VFTSs), using Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR). VFTSs are an...
On 7 December 2022, the European Federation of Geologists (EFG) organised the webinar ‘Treasures of the Earth‘. The presenter of the webinar was Monica Sousa, Executive Director of the Portuguese Association of Geologists and Coordinator of the EFG Panel of Experts...
IMPEL: Call for case studies on Thermal Desorption and Phytoremediation EFG is collaborating with the European Union Network for the Implementation and Enforcement of Environmental Law (IMPEL) on topics relating to soil and water contamination. The IMPEL Water...
Under the category EFGeoBlog, we welcome guest posts from external contributors who would like to present recent research or professional developments in the field of geosciences. Posts may include reports from geoscience events, information on publications and relevant EU policy development. As one of EFG’s main missions is to create public awareness of the importance of geoscience for society, we are particularly interested in best practice reports about geoscience outreach initiatives.
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